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January 07
15:31 2013

Have you ever wanted the ultimate tamper-evident solution for your product – that only a sealed tin can provide – but you don’t have the means to seal a tin? And you do not have access to the empty tin cans anyway?

Well now you can can. Yes, you can buy open tins – baked bean size, off the shelf. You can buy the special press in closures and off you go. The product name is PRESSITIN and they are available now. Whether it is a few dozen tins or many thousands you can purchase the tins from Tinware Direct and you are in the tin business.

You can use the tins for packing almost anything:  from boxer shorts to a box of chocolates; from drugs to poisons; from a bottle of whiskey to a bottle of perfume; from a cuddly toy to a high explosive. They can all be safely and securely stored in a tin. “The uses are endless” said inventor Guy Grumbridge “What people like is that it looks like a normal tin can, complete with a standard aluminium ring-pull opening.

The product is available for filling with dry products.  Tinware Direct is currently developing a version that will be suitable for liquid and pressurised filling.

The cans are only available from Tinware Direct Limited and are stocked at their Bedford warehouse for distribution worldwide.

Visit Tinware Direct on Stand C1 at Packaging Innovations London 2012 on the 4th and 5th October 2012.

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